The William Carey Museum

The William Carey Museum
Central Baptist Church
Charles Street
Leicester
Leicestershire
LE1 1LA
England

Website

www.central-baptist.org.uk/William%20Carey%20Frame.htm

E-mail

publicity@central-baptist.org.uk

Telephone

0116 276 6862

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William Carey was a founder of the Baptist Missionary Movement, and this museum tells his story. Figures show scenes from his life. You can see letters and books he wrote while he was working in both Leicester and India. The museum also has objects from the life of Robert Hall, a great preacher, and minister of Harvey Lane Baptist Church from 1808 to 1826.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

Throughout the year,
Sundays: 10:30-12:20; 18:00-19:30
Thursdays: 12:00-14:00
Other days and times by arrangement

Admission charges

Admission free

Additional info

Public Facilities: The museum is fully accessible for all abilities, and its central position in Leicester means that there are places nearby for food and drink. There are toilets on site, and parking can be found on adjacent streets.

Collection details

Personalities, Religion

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